At Dell, we believe that technology isn’t a luxury, but a necessity. It’s a powerful tool for breaking down barriers and creating new possibilities for younger generations, wherever they are in the world.
Our giving initiatives apply Dell’s technology and expertise in underserved communities facing poverty, poor infrastructure, geographic isolation, disability, or illness. From remote villages to over-populated cities, Dell’s initiatives connect technology to those who need it most
Even today, millions of children still don’t have access to the technology and education they need. This impacts all of us – limiting the world’s collective power, and human progress. Dell Youth Learning aims to change that.
Girls Who Code gives girls more access to opportunities in computer science. This safe and supportive environment of peers and role models helps them envision a future as computer scientists.
Our Youth Learning programs have helped 3.6 million underserved kids have better access to technology and 21st century skills. As part of our commitment to building an empowered and diverse pipeline , approximately 60 percent of program participants are girls.